The Northern Countries and the German Proposal for the Conclusion of Non-Aggression Pacts

The Northern Countries and the German Proposal for the Conclusion of Non-Aggression Pacts 64 THE NORTHERN COUNTRIES AND THE GERMAN PROPOSAL FOR THE CONCLUSION OF NON-AGGRESSION PACTS Document F/1939. Statement from the Meeting of Northern Foreign Ministers in Stockholm on May 9th 1939. »In their discusions the Foreign ministers of the Northern countries have made it clear in the first place that the Northern countries unswervingly stand by the statement issued after last year's meeting in Oslo, that the Northern countries now as before will keep outside the groups of powers that may be formed in Europe, and that in case of war between such groups they will do all that they can not- to be involved in any such war. From this point of view they have considered the expediency of their countries taking part, individually or collectively, in a more or less extensive system of non-aggression pacts. In this respect they have exchanged infor- mation and communicated the views prevailing among those in charge of' the foreign policy of the four countries. The result of these deliberations will now be placed before their governments. The foreign ministers agree that the international position which their countries have shown that they intend to adopt by a consistent policy chosen by themselves, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nordisk Tidsskrift for International Ret Brill

The Northern Countries and the German Proposal for the Conclusion of Non-Aggression Pacts

Nordisk Tidsskrift for International Ret, Volume 10 (1): 64 – Jan 1, 1939

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© 1939 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0029-151X
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1875-2934
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10.1163/187529339X00300
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64 THE NORTHERN COUNTRIES AND THE GERMAN PROPOSAL FOR THE CONCLUSION OF NON-AGGRESSION PACTS Document F/1939. Statement from the Meeting of Northern Foreign Ministers in Stockholm on May 9th 1939. »In their discusions the Foreign ministers of the Northern countries have made it clear in the first place that the Northern countries unswervingly stand by the statement issued after last year's meeting in Oslo, that the Northern countries now as before will keep outside the groups of powers that may be formed in Europe, and that in case of war between such groups they will do all that they can not- to be involved in any such war. From this point of view they have considered the expediency of their countries taking part, individually or collectively, in a more or less extensive system of non-aggression pacts. In this respect they have exchanged infor- mation and communicated the views prevailing among those in charge of' the foreign policy of the four countries. The result of these deliberations will now be placed before their governments. The foreign ministers agree that the international position which their countries have shown that they intend to adopt by a consistent policy chosen by themselves,

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Published: Jan 1, 1939

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